Diocletian’s lost treasure

350 kn

Price is per group (2 – 5 players).

Legend has it that during his reign in Split, just before his death, Roman emperor Diocletian hid a huge treasure somewhere in his palace, so that no one could ever find it.

Recently, clues have surfaced that suggest that Diocletian was wise enough not only to hide his treasure: to make sure no one found it, he set a series of riddles and puzzles to solve in order to discover the location of the treasure.

Luckily for you, we managed to get Diocletian’s enigmatic box and all you need to do to get his treasure is to solve all the puzzles and tasks. But you have to be fast becauseā€¦. so let’s just say that the enigmatic box is an ancient artifact and that we didn’t get it in a completely legal way šŸ˜‰

During spring months we are open on Fridays and Saturdays. For booking on any other day, please send us an email or call us and we’ll accommodate you, if possible: +385 99 302 8686